I'm considering the Oregon Culinary Institute, because I've not heard a lot of bad things about it (while I've heard a lot of bad things about other schools), and it's relatively affordable. My question here is, can anyone tell me if what they teach you during the program is just the basics, or it they take their students to an advanced level of culinary learning? Obviously they're not a 2-year program at the CIA, but I'm wondering exactly how deep they get into technique and what I'll potentially walk away with, skill-wise. Thanks!!